I find it hard to believe this is the only cat food that will prevent further aggravation of my cats FLUTD. I was hoping some people on this forum had some good ideas. I really appreciate any input.
Coco had Struvite Stones in 2006 with Infection. How is teh Royal Canini. The Vet ordered me some Cans to try. She is staying on dry C/D. She finished her Meds on Sundau and todau she was screaming and Squating again. The Vet did the Ultra Sound and was nice and didnt charge me for it. She got two more bottles of Cefa Drops.
I echo you thoughts.....the royal canin SO is expensive, but if my poor little Dusty can avoid the pain and suffering and multiple vet visits and potential life threatening reality of FUS the added cost worth it. I have researched this problem extensively... and I converted to canned royal canin S/O and just a little bit of Royal canin so kibble.... Since I have 2 cats and they share everything , both are now on it without issues